"A man must pay the fiddler.
In my case it so happened that
a whole symphony orchestra
often had to be subsidized."
by:
John Barrymore
(1882-1942) American actor
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Great analogy of present day life, we are all singing to the tune of our conductors.
 -- Anon     
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    If the orchestra is a reference to bureaucracy...they can't even hold a tune and they're nothing but parasites.... Fire The Orchestra!
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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    I'm with Anon and J Carlton
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Obama and the usual suspects are fiddling away our freedoms and we are paying through the nose. He will most likely be a one termer but can we survive even one with this Marxist in the white House?
     -- jim k, austin     
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    Yes, but how many ways are we to pay the fiddler on the same penny?
     -- M. Brown, Florida     
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    Fiddling around is one thing but I love a symphony and I am willing to pay for it. Just paid a fortune or at least $6.00 a beer to hear classic jazz in New Orleans. You get what you pay for!
     -- Waffler, Smith     
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